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In the realm of John’s fine art, one theme typically dominates: the relationship between man and nature. John loves searching for examples of the dissonance or harmony between the two, man’s imprint on nature, or man imitating the environment. One of his favorite aspects of “The Mystery of Winter” is the feng shui between the building and the stark background. There is a certain sense of harmony between the window and the view through it. The...

Commercial photography is a completely different beast from the portrait photography places you take your kids to, or weddings and family packages. Very few corporate projects are cookie cutter packages. In a world where everyone is trying to outdo their competitors in creativity and glamour, you can’t afford to take a “one-size” fits all approach to your visuals. That’s why you need to do a little bit of brainstorming before you pick up that phone. It’s hard...

Have you ever heard of Neil deGrasse Tyson? I’m sure you have. He’s an astrophysicist (that played a small role in the killing of Pluto), is host of Fox’s reboot of Cosmos, and is one of the few people who can make science both funny and interesting. I’m a fan. I came across this quote of his the other day, and it really struck a chord: “One should not be too distracted by definitions. Ideas transcend definitions.” Of course,...

Coyle Quirk #302: We Love Talk Radio We do. Can’t get enough of it. In a rare moment when our personal offices are quiet, there is usually some sort of talk radio on. John loves the news and political radio. Amy enjoys NPR. I like podcasts. Last week, I was listening to one called The Nerdist with guest Kit Harington from “Games of Thrones.” (author’s note: both of these shows are not for those with sensitive dispositions…you...